Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On 08/05/2011 09:53 AM, Bart Coninckx wrote: > On 08/05/11 08:29, Caspar Smit wrote: >> Hi Matt, >> >> 1000M means 1000 Mb/s NOT 1000mbps. To reach 1000M you should have at >> least one (probably two) 10gbit interface(s). Since you have two 1gbit >> interfaces (bonded with balance-rr?) a value between 100M and around >> 170M would be more appropiate. > > Wouldn't that have to be "1000 MB/s"? Indeed, 1000mbps would be 1000 millibit per second which isn't useful in real life unless you want to deal with super slow data flows. m/M = milli/mega b/B = bits/bytes Regards, Dennis